Starting a thread for anyone looking for Chelsea tickets or info how to get to Stamford Bridge from all major hubs.
As we're one of the central London clubs with a Tube station right by the ground, getting to the stadium is pretty easy all year round.
Can be got directly from the club if your a memeber or ST holder, even non-members may get lucky if matches dont sell out.
Check here for official tickets.
And we also have the Viagogo exchange where tickets come up for sale and these are the two official sources.
On Twitter, then try @ChelseaTicket.
Can be a useful source for tickets if you have trouble sourcing from the above.
You can also book from Sports Travel agents, a quick Goggle will bring them up but these packages tend to be over priced, in my opinion but if needs most they can be a source for combined match tickets and accomadation.
Also have a look here you might get lucky , http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/forumdisplay.php?f=1587 if you cant get into the group you can get access by PMing our local HMod for access - http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/member.php?u=139841
For most getting to Stamford Bridge will involve a short plane journey to one of London's many airports.
I'd recommend whatever is the cheapest as with the rail and tube its easy to get around London, but my personal favourite is going Are Lingus to Heathrow and hoping on the Tube to Fulham Broadway on match day.
If you fancy staying the night then your in luck, London has about 55 Billion hotel, hostel and B&B's to choose from.
All depending what you want from your stay, personally its hard to advise on any one hotel as there is so much choice, its all personal at the end of the day.
I'd recommend checking sites like the below and compare room prices also these sites have maps that you can pin point the ground and tube statiosn and plan your journey accordingly.
Pubs & Resturants :
With Chelsea being very central there is again plenty of pubs and resturants around the stadium.
Again, with accomdation its all down to personal taste, there is a fine selection of pubs and resturants to choose from and there is a handful right outside the ground that should you want some pre-game atmosphere you should head to early.
Heres a Google maps view of some places you may want to head to : http://maps.google.ie/maps?hl=en&bav...e&ved=0CBYQtgM
Any tips on any of the above are welcome lads as I'm sure we all have our own way of enjoying Chelsea.
Anybody going to matches post here also and we can keep up to date.
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